Jelly Bean to their popular quad-core Tegra 3 powered Iconia Tab A700. The update is available right now.
HTC have been busy brewing up their own 5-inch phablet to hopefully take on the Galaxy Note II, LG's Intuition, and dare I even say the iPhone 5. We've seen a few blurry leaks in the past but today a press render could have spilled the beans just days before the official announcement.
Earlier this week we got our first glance at the upcoming and still very mysterious rumored 5-inch Galaxy Note rival from the folks at HTC. Fast forward a few days and now we are getting our third picture of the unknown handset only this time we can see that 5-inch screen in all it's blurry glory. The photo surely isn't clear -- but we'll take what we can get.
The Verge appear to give us our first glance at HTC's upcoming 5-inch 1080p smartphone "phablet" to rival the Galaxy Note and the newly announced Galaxy Note II.
DigiTimes states they are working on just that. A 5-inch smartphone with a competition beating 1080p resolution display and more.
Iconia Tab A700. This new tablet will be Acer's flagship device for the summer and has all the specs one should want in a tablet. Coming complete with a 1920 x 1200 Full 1080p HD display, Ice Cream Sandwich, and a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor this should be a beast. Check out our initial impressions and hands-on below.
Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. The Iconia Tab A700 which was first detailed back during CES has finally went up for pre-order starting at just $449. The big deal here is the specs though. Rocking a 1080p resolution and a quad-core processor all for a low price.
NODO-GT has a tweak that you'll certainly want to try.
Eee Pad Transformer Prime is definitely at the top of the heap as far as Android tablets go right now, and not just because of its quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The 8MP 1080p camera is will also meet or beat just about any tablet out there, and the manufacturer aims to prove it with their latest YouTube video. Compare this with the impressive still images already released. They chose a fashion show in Sweden as their venue for the demonstration - I can't imagine why.
at least one Turkish company is willing to give you what you want. Ardic Technology is running a full Honeycomb interface through a 65-inch 1080p television - that's 1920 x 1080 pixels, to most Honeycomb tablets 1280 x 800. The prototype is one of a kind for the moment.